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Re: Why no one seems to care this issue in the past 3 years

From: Lorenz <lorenznl_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Sep 2009 05:42:47 +0000

Jun Chen (??) wrote:
>* the checkout is automatically carried out by the auto-build software
>by instructions in makefiles(think them as build script).
>* It is not a must to checkout the whole big repos every time, but only
>check out the required project enough for current build(e.g. link a
>single DLL). -- checking out a whole repos costs much more time.
>Now you can imagine, it is reasonable for one of my build script to
>checkout a subdir and another script to checkout the parent
>dir(according to actuall need of the specific script). But, if that
>happens, I'm stuck by svn co command. :(

so there exist (or is build) a empty folder tree - mirroring the repo
structure - up to the point of your checkout?
And the script(s) share that tree?

In that case you could build your empty tree using sparse checkouts,
and populate the required folders later voi update.

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